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Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Internet II. [Conclusion.]

This is coolbert:

Here is the Internet Haganah web site.

Devoted to tracking the jihadi web sites. As is the SITE Institute.

Internet Haganah are the GOOD GUYS. [haganah means defense in Hebrew!!]

As the site says, asymmetric warfare is just not for the bad guys, it can work both ways too!!

"Asymmetric Warfare: It's not just for the other guys."

From the Internet Haganah, you can see, for instance, the top twenty five jihadi web sites:

"Top Salafyist/Jihadist sites (27 April 2007)"

And also from the Internet Haganah, see this typical posting from a jihadi web site:

"TECH - how to make cordite rocket fuel"

"A brother, saying he is in 'the occupied territories' (most likely the West Bank) asks 'how do we make cordite for rocket fuel?'"

"And within three hours he received a detailed response"

[You must admit, the brothers are just so helpful!!!]




Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read somewhere that in Vietnam,. some special forces guys intercepted some shipmenst of bullets for the NVA/Vietcong bound for South Vietnam. Apparently, they didn't just blow the supplies but spiked the bullets with some "extra" explosive. When the enemy got the ammonution and loaded it into their weapons to fire, they got some nasty, deadly surprises. For some time after that, the enemy was afraid to use their friearms (I would be too!)

I don't know how true that story is, but I can only hope that US or Israeli intelligence is putting some bad recipes for explosives and stuff on these jihadi websites. Seems like a good way to kill some of the enemy, sow mistrust between them and to make them lose confidence in their own websites and ability. This would be a great way to really jam these guys.

9:53 PM


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